Consequences of abolishing a local government

Julie Matheson

The article below may be of interest to residents where their local council has membership of a Regional Local group such as WMRC or WESROC, etc.

In the Western Suburbs, for example, Cambridge may not a member of these groups, but Subiaco is.  Subiaco could be abolished and possibly so will its membership and ratepayers funds invested into these services.

Read more here:    http://www.kottgunn.com.au/updates/amalgamation-regional-local-governments/

Amalgamation and Regional Local Governments


Introduction

Local Governments undergoing amalgamation that are members of Regional Local Governments are going to have to look at the consequences the amalgamation will have on the Regional Local Government and its operation.

The term Commencement in this update means the day of commencement of any amalgamation order made by the Governor on the recommendation of the Minister pursuant to section 2.1 of the Local Government Act 1995 (WA) (the Act).

References to an Establishment Agreement…

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